The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will co-host a Stop Illegal Robocalls Expo on Monday, April 23, 2018, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery, 702 Eighth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20068.
FTC Chief of Staff Svetlana Gans and FCC Chief of Staff Matthew Berry will give remarks at the Expo.
The Expo, which is free and open to the public, will showcase innovative technologies, devices, and applications to minimize or eliminate the number of illegal robocalls consumers receive. The FTC and FCC are continuing their coordinated efforts to combat illegal robocalls and promote innovative solutions to protect consumers. The Expo is being held one month after the two agencies co-hosted a Joint Policy Forum.
A list of exhibitors and additional information about the Expo is available at https://www.fcc.gov/news-events/events/2018/04/stop-illegal-robocalls-expo. Questions regarding the event can be directed to Anthony Butler at Anthony.Butler@fcc.gov or 202-418-2372 or Chantal Virgile at Chantal.Virgile@fcc.gov or 202-418-0056.
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CONTACT FOR CONSUMERS:
Consumer Response Center
Mitchell J. Katz, FTC Office of Public Affairs
Mike Snyder, FCC Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau